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Primary Teacher (SEN)

  • Location:

    City of London, London

  • Sector:

    SEN Teaching

  • Job type:

    Permanent Contracts

  • Salary:

    £29596 - £49571 per annum

  • Contact:

    Charlotte Bacon

  • Contact email:

    charlotte@reesoneducation.com

  • Job ref:

    PT9479747_1585223628

  • Published:

    14 days ago

  • Duration:

    1 year

  • Expiry date:

    25 Apr 00:00

  • Startdate:

    02/09/2020

SEN Teacher

  • SEN Teacher - Primary
  • Long Term/Permanent
  • All boroughs of London
  • September
  • Ofsted Good/Outstanding

SEN Primary Classroom Teacher:

REESON Education are currently looking for Primary School Teachers to work within Special Schools across all boroughs of London. With Covid 19 being at the forefront of everyone's minds now, we have been contacting our client schools and have decided we will help them find suitable candidates for September 2020. We are looking for Primary SEN Teachers who are looking for long term and permanent positions in schools. As a primary school teacher working with children with special needs, you will be working with small class sizes in order to give the optimum attention, so you are able to see where progression is needed. Most of our client schools are good to outstanding Ofsted rating who will be offered fantastic resources and highly supportive teams

The School:

Our Client schools are situated across all boroughs of London and can support students with SLD, MLD, PMLD, ASD, SEMH and other forms of learning difficulties. All our schools make it their priority to make sure each student has an individual focus, that is not only enjoyable but age appropriate. Client schools have fantastic amenities for all staff members.

The Ideal Applicant:

All our Headteachers are considered incredibly successful and are highly valued by all members of staff. They are looking for someone who is confident, driven, eager to learn, flexible and can take initiative. As these roles are for a September start it is key for any new member of staff that joins the school that a smooth transition takes place, in order to create minimal disruption for the students.

The ideal candidate will have prior experience working with children with complex needs in either a mainstream or a special school. We need someone who is highly confident in supporting students with complex needs and has gained QTS and QTLS.

If this role is of interest, please ensure you upload an up to date CV.